[The Learning Collaborative > Global Learning Collaborative]
The Global Social Norms Learning Collaborative is a sub-community of the Social Norms Learning Collaborative network. Comprised of over 450 members from over 100 organizations and 30 countries, the Global Learning Collaborative is a network of passionate individuals and organizations working together to influence and shape the field of social norms. The Learning Collaborative aims to build consensus on promising practices for program design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation and scaling of proven norms-shifting initiatives.
Founded in 2016 through a grant by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Institute for Reproductive Health and FHI 360 convened the Learning Collaborative to Advance Normative Change in three focused Learning Communities (Theory, Measurement, and Scale-Up).
As of 2020, the Global Learning Collaborative is convened by the Institute for Reproductive Health at the Center for Child and Human Development at Georgetown University and the Center on Gender Equity and Health at the University of California- San Diego. Support is provided from USAID through the Passages Project, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Hosted by: The Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University and the Center for Gender Equity and Health at the University of Callifornia- San Diego
Founded in: 2016
Funded by: The Passages Project, by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
Geographic area: Global
Sector focus: Social and gender norms
Questions about the Global Learning Collaborative? Please contact:
Hunter Davis, Research Program Manager, University of California San Diego, Center on Gender Equity and Health.
The Learning Collaborative provides many opportunities to get involved, depending on your interest and availability, and we invite you and your colleagues to join the global collaborative and the regional learning communities.
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